Found 2 results for tag "headache"
December 5th 2010 12:57 am
Sorry I missed Friday's update. It was a hectic day and I had such a headache after I got home. I'll explain it in a bit. I don't recall what happened exactly, but here's the best I can remember it.
I was supposed to wake up at 9ish and go to an auto-repair shop to get my tie-rod checked out. Turns out I woke up around 12ish and went over to the shop. After I walked in and explained the situation, the guy came back and said he didn't see anything wrong with it. I called Dad and he said "Just as I thought." Great. So the auto place I went to first either lied to me or was trying to gouge my wallet. Either way, I'm not going back there. Dad said he'll file a complaint with the BBB, but personally, I don't know how much "good" that will do since I found out that they aren't BBB Accredited over lunch. Keat and I went to lunch at Hardee's and then went to the office. We spent about an hour there, and I worked on the server configuration trying to make the subdomains work right. Turns out that there was an issue with the configuration file saying "Indexes" and "+Indexes", which was the main issue.
I also received a potential client contact and responded accordingly. A teammate from Keat's business class called and asked a few questions for the business paper. After the discussed options between us and her, I would like to get a copy of that paper; the things said in that paper would be a great media content!
Keat and I left from there and went to Barnes & Noble for some market research (class-related for Keat), and I got some hot cider and Keat got some hot chocolate and some cheesecake. After taking the cider and cheesecake, I didn't think life could get any better....
Keat and I browsed the mall for a bit, then went home. I had a small headache that turned into a large headache, and at about 12, I went to bed. I thought I would fall asleep before the intro to Futurama was done. I skipped the blog post and went to sleep.
I woke up around 12 again, but it felt great to sleep in. Keat and I went to the store to pick up a few things, got "Grown Ups" and watched it (which was a great movie, by the way). I returned the returned the Redbox and came back home.
I also found out that the support guy responded to my email from Friday, after I told him about the "+Indexes" thing and mentioned the constant downtime issue. He responded saying the following:
Thank you for your email. The sub domain m.####.com is working fine for me. Please clear cookies on your browser, close them. Now, try it again. Thank you!
Yet, I didn't need to clear the browser cookies (I'm not stupid) since I checked the subdomains with 4 browsers on 2 systems (one local and one remote), and still nothing about the downtime issue I mentioned earlier. I replied saying that that subdomain issue was solved, and I needed to investigate the downtime issue, and received this:
Thank you for your email. I am sure what your question is this time. i checked all the sub domains and everything seems to be working now. Quick question, did you have to do something with those sub domains like 'kp.shadowdev.com'? 'cause it kept downloading the homepage when i visited earlier. It works now. Thank you!
Hello, Thank you for your email. Great to hear everything is working properly for you now. I think there were some sub domains that were down because the dns records were missing. Overrall, everything seems fine.
No real reason why the download thing happened, but I still have no response to the downtime issue. Overall, the downtime has been 1-2 minutes every 30 minutes or so. What "support!"
Just FYI, here's the uptime and downtime report as of now (over the past 5 days):
Downtime in Response Time (ms)
As the day went on, Keat and I got some Papa John's pizza and watched some American Dad. We're now on Season 3, although I believe we have actually seen all of the episodes. The biggest thing that keeps bugging us is that our neighbor's dog has been crated alone in their apartment for 24+ hours. I'm pretty sure that's a little inhumane. The dog loves people and doesn't like to be alone, and the constant howling is getting on our last nerves! Keat wants to get in there a free the dog, but that would be against the law. We've sent an email to the landlord(s), but they most likely won't get that until tomorrow (if that early). The Internet has been slowing down every now and then, so Netflix has been 'nixed for the time being until things get faster. I just hope the dog goes to sleep soon. It doesn't really help to crate the dog, then leave all of the apartment lights on and the blinds open so everyone can see the dog inside and the dog can see everyone outside.
It also doesn't help that it seems that Chi is in HEAT again! She was meowing like crazy on Friday night and has been meowing her head off again today (and peeing everywhere). It was only last week that she was in heat, so this seems impossible for her to be in heat again. I actually had to close the bedroom door on Friday night because the meowing was too much. Little did I expect for Niko to be scratching under the door again after n months. The under-the-door scratching wasn't too bothersome, but the fact that he scratched under the door and shook the little springy thing (you know, the thing that protects the door from hitting the wall), which made an annoying "SPROOINGGG" noise.
One final note: I received another note from Progress Energy saying that they couldn't process my account. They have a direct connection to my bank account, so they can't say "Can't find account number." Aside from the howling neighbor dog, Progress is also getting on my nerves.
Let's see how the rest of tonight goes, and hopefully things get better. Keat has some homework she has to get done, so she'll be spending all of sunday doing that. I'll most likely be implementing the cURL system that I need to get done. Until then, 'night!
November 19th 2010 11:47 pm
I can't say much about today. I spent most of it in bed....with a killer headache. I got to bed around 2-ish, which isn't bad for me, but I wasn't feeling too bad so I thought going to sleep would be easy. Turns out, Chi is back in heat. It feels just like last week that she got out of it, and now she won't stop the constant meowing. I think I laid awake until 6 or so when I finally got fed up with her and tossed her out of the bedroom and closed the door. When I'm very sleep-deprived, my long fuse of patience quickly becomes smaller than a micron. It's times like these that I regret her half-Siamese background (in case you don't know, Siamese have very large lungs and can meow very loudly. Chi is an Ocecat, so she's 1/2 Abyssinian, 1/2 Siamese, and a little tabby mixed in for color. Adorable cat, but very annoying when in heat).
Anyway, I woke up (and got out of bed) around 2pm because I had my Angel Investment class at 2:30. Keat was nice enough to take me although I had a headache all through the class. The class itself was nice, since we finished up the talks of a 3-week topic. Now I feel better prepared to talk to Angel Investors, although not completely confident. It may take me a few practice sessions, but I'll get there.
I went back to bed after I got home around 4:30, and slept till 8. My head was a little better, but not great. I finally got up, took an ibuprofen, ate a little dinner, and watched Price of Persia with Keat. Not a bad movie, but I do wish the ending scene could have been a little better. Great story and effects though.
I took another ibuprofen after the movie, and although my head isn't 100% better, I wouldn't be typing this if I didn't take those pills.
On a related matter, I spent the past 30 minutes or so going though my reader (with more than 150 items on there). I was surprised to find that President Obama announced on Tuesday that today, November 19th as National Entrepreneur's Day! I was under the impression that November 20th was the official day, but I guess today is better than tomorrow. Also, Nov. 14-20 is National Entrepreneurship Week. Glad that the work of David Hauser and Siamak Taghaddos, Founders of Grasshopper Group, and the petition they started actually produced the result they were expecting. It only took them 6 months, but they did it! Way to go guys!
I'm going to finish up some work while I'm up and then back to bed. Stupid headache.